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Cyst On Impacted Wisdom Tooth
What to do?: See an oral surgeon. This tooth needs to be extracted and the cyst needs removal, too. Please do not hesitate, call for an appointment at once. ...Read more
An impacted tooth is one that is for one of many reasons unable to erupt into the oral cavity: they may be vertical, horizontal, in bone, impacted in soft tissue (gum/gingiva), it may be due to local pathology i.e. Proximity to an extra tooth or undifferentiated mass of tooth like tissue or an "odontoma", it can be due to crowding, and usually it is a wisdom tooth that lacks ...Read more
Thanks 4 answering my question, 4got to say, how long can an infection from a cyst or impacted wisdom tooth go on for, had my pain now on and of 3yrs?
A long time!: A cyst, unless removed, will usually continue to grow. Also, an infection that goes untreated may continue to persist. If you are having pain that persists, it is recommended that you seek the advice of a dentist or oral surgeon, who can take the proper type of x-ray to view the area of your wisdom tooth to locate any potential problems/cysts/ or infections. Get thee to a dentist! ...Read more
Having [email protected] wisdom tooth out nxt wk, suffered pain and swollen cheek for 3yrs after being told it was no [email protected] pain was all in my head : (?
I am having tongue blisters, could this be the cause off [email protected] wisdom tooth, blisters keep re-accuring?
These are two different things. A cyst at your wisdom tooth is a growth and development condition and this tooth should be removed. The tongue blisters have a number of causes.
Both conditions need to be evaluated by a dentist. ...Read more
I have seen 4 oral surgeons. They said that the cyst and the impacted wisdom tooth are fine and I don't need to get asugery and to leave them, even though I have pain in the gums and palate. What should I do?
What are the causes?: Usually I always trust the oral surgeon since they know best about dentigerous cyst. You should ask them about the cause of the pain in the palatal gum. There must be an explanation given somewhere in the consultation. It would be very odd if there wasn't any thoughts given. ...Read more
Feeling poorly through [email protected] wisdom tooth swollen cheek @pain in palate have to wait 4 sugery, or can I speed things up, what can I do?
See an oral surgeon: Take the advice of an oral surgeon. ...Read more
Waiting 2 have cyst @impacted wisdom tooth out now have like green mucas like infection green up my nose @ its sore feeling lethargic palate in pain?
Could some 1 explain the actuall work carried out taking upper impacted wisdom tooth and cyst out. Thank's x?
Tooth: The area is numbed. An incision is made to expose the area with the impaction. Bone is removed if necessary to expose the tooth so that it may be easily removed. The eruption cyst/cyst is removed at the same time, sharp bony edges are smoothed and the area is rinsed with sterile water and closed with sutures. ...Read more
I am having impacted wisdom tooth and cyst out 2moro general anthestic wil it be ok to have a smoke a couple of hours before, if not why? Thanks
Smoking b4 trtment: Smoking decreases the ability of the soft tissues of the mouth to heal. Introducing a strong irritant such as cigarette smoke just prior to tooth extraction is ill advised. ...Read more
Had palate pain for 4yrs, had impacted wisdom tooth @cyst removed general anesthetic, now pain has gone? Y did it cause palate pain. Thanks x
Just had impacted wisdom [email protected] removed, palate pain eased see surgeon in 3wk could u tell me wot he may of found as pain in palate is little beter?
By removing the impacted tooth and the associated cyst the pressure on the surrounding bone and soft tissue (sinus) will be lessened. It is very important that you follow up with your surgeon as recommended to make sure the cyst is eliminated and the area healing well.
To your health and well being. ...Read more
3yrs of pain cheek bone large, impacted wisdom tooth and cyst taken out, lump on cheek as gone pain little better, was told pain was in my ed, neglet?
Some suggestions: Unfortunately you can't get more than some basic answers over websites such as these. Specific problems and complaints require one on one clinical exams along with x-rays and full dental and medical histories. I suggest that you get a few recommendations for dentists in your area for a consultation. Local dental schools or teaching hospitals with dental programs would be another excellent resource. ...Read more
I have an impacted wisdom tooth and cyst. Is it dangerous to remove? Could it potentially damage my jaw?
More: More dangerous to leave it in place. As cyst expands damage can be done to surrounding bone and to 12 year molar. There are potential risks to any surgery, but the potential risks posed by leaving an impacted cystic tooth in place are greater. See an expert, an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, who has more than 8, 000 hours of specialty training beyond Dental School for the best care. ...Read more
Hi, could you tell me if its normal to experience palate sorness after impacted wisdom [email protected] (upper) removed had general anesthetic thanks x?
Not unusual: At 49 with an accompanying cyst being removed, some soreness is probably to be expected for a few days. If it persists past a week, go back to the surgeon for a followup evaluation to play it safe. ...Read more
Just had impacted wisdom tooth and cyst out general anethetic, my nose is bleeding a littke is this normal?
Yes - there can be: Some nasal bleeding. There could have been a sinus perforation in the removal process use of nasal sprays (saline) might be indicated. Always best to check with your doctor. I'm assuming this was an upper impacted wisdom tooth. I'm also assuming the anesthesia was deep sedation without intubation hope this helps. ...Read more
Swollen cheek, impacted wisdom tooth @ cyst when cheek is less swollen pain in palate is less painful cnt understand why?
See an OMS: It sounds like you need to see an oms. ...Read more
Had impacted wisdom [email protected] removed (upper) under general anesthetic now my palate is [email protected] should this pass? Thanks
It should: You had a lot of work completed in a small, confined space. Not unusual for the tissue to be sore and feel tight as the healing process begins. ...Read more
Wisdom tooth: The answer you are probably expecting is to see yor dentist or an oral surgeon and schedule to have wisdom teeth removed. Based on your description you should probably be on antibiotics as soon as possible. You will feel much better once the teeth are removed and this will no longer be something you have to worry about. ...Read more
I had an impacted wisdom tooth and cyst (associated with that tooth) removed. Will it affect my teeth aligning with Damon Braces on?
Not a problem: Removing wisdom tooth/cyst should not affect Orthodontic care. Ask both the Oral Surgeon AND a qualified Orthodontic Specialist to advise depending on your anatomic malrelationships. By the way, nothing Magic about Damon braces. Treatment dependent on skill and experience of the operator (that's why you should see a specialist), not the hardware. ...Read more
Had impacted wisdom [email protected] removed (upper) under gen anesthetic 5days ago palate so sore how long until its healed? @ had biopsys done thanks x
Enucleation of cyst: Pain, tenderness to palpation, and dysphagia can sometimes linger for several weeks and this is all within normal limits. Warm salt water rinses, analgesics, and sometimes topical anesthetic gargling can temporarily help, but allow time for normal healing. This was surgery, like any other procedure on a leg, arm, abdomen, etc. Post operative pain is normal and narcotics will help but not 100%. ...Read more
I'm a little freightend I have a t facial pain in the palate, but been told I have impacted wisdom tooth with [email protected] is swollen, could you reassure?
Follow up cyst: I am not sure what you mean by "a t" facial pain, nor how long ago your cyst was first seen, but swelling of the same cheek (as the cyst) with pain suggests that your cyst may have grown and could now be infected. Follow up with your oral surgeon for diagnosis and treatment. Even if symptoms were to temporarily ease up, do not ignore. ...Read more
I'm sorry I meant atypical facial pain, was told 3 yrs ago it had nothing to do with my impacted wisdom tooth @cyst my palate painful swollen cheek?
Check it out: If you've had any type of facial pain on one side with swelling you should consult your dds for problems involving your wisdom tooth if one is present in the area or under the skin in the area. They can definitely cause facial pain and swelling especially if partially erupted or trying to cut through the skin. Check with your dds again, if they ignore it find one that will listen to you. Good luck. ...Read more
Had impacted wisdom [email protected] (upper) 5dys ago gen anesthetic spitin blood think it comin from nostril blowin nose showin blood to can u advice please x?
Sinus perforation: Apparently while removing the cyst abd the impacted molar the sinus got perforated. That is why you see blood when blowing your nose. Did you check with oral surgeon who had performed the surgery on you for follow up. Please do and he will explain it to you and direct you on how to deal with it. This situation is not uncommon and it happens many times ...Read more
Hi, is it normal to be spitting blood after extraction of impacted wisdom [email protected] under general anesthetic 4days later, thanks x?
Depends...: It really depends how much blood. If it's just a small amount, it can appear to be a lot when it mixes with the saliva. It will generally be pinkish to red, but should not be a great amount. If your mouth is filling up with dark or bright red old and you cannot stop this with pressure you should be seen by your surgeon right away. ...Read more
Impacted wisdom [email protected] removed under general anesthetic 5days after spitting some blood, dr on here answered 2 go gp, should I be worried? Thank
Wisdom tooth postop: Absolutely, go see your surgeon! He will want to know what is going on, and would also want to examine you. Five days after surgery, it's likely nothing is really wrong and you may have spit a blood clot, but the surgical judgment lies in the hands of the doc who did surgery, not another provider. ...Read more
Having sticky saliva, could it be a cyst I have alongside with a impacted wisdom tooth, upper left top, swollen gums on same side @swollen cheek?
Sounds like an infection of either a tooth or gums or both.
This needs to be treated by a dentist or oral surgeon. An untreated infection in that area could affect your sinus and other areas. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
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